During my Industrial Design studies, I always had the curse of just conceptualizing products but never realizing them. I never felt the impact of the work I was doing.
This changed when I started to code small tools for my
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Whether it was a small tools that helped my colleagues with their 3D renders, or a program that sends you a message when the school computer is finally done rendering — even if it was just a handful of people using them, they liked it and I felt amazing because they were using and enjoying something I built.
The possibility to have such a short leap from envisioning an idea to bringing it to people made me fell in love with interaction design and designing for digital experiences.
Today, I love building tools and small experiences that can be quickly deployed to people. Building fast means failing fast which allows you to explore a big spectrum of possibilities. Through my industrial design background I have a unique view on digital interactions and a toolset that helps me to work at the intersection of digital and physical experiences.